Bangladesh yard gets approval from classification bureau

A shipbreaking facility in Bangladesh now again receives documentation that it complies with the Hong Kong Convention. The yard has already been certified, but now it also gets a certification from bureau Class NK.

Archive photo. The image is from Alang, India and not from the yard in Bangladesh featured in the article. | Photo: Amit Dave/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

A shipyard in Bangladesh again receives documentation that it complies with the global guidelines for the scrapping of ships.

Specifically, yard PHP Ship Breaking and Recycling Industries has for the second time been certified as being compliant with the Hong Kong Convention.

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